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Windows 7: 3 Hard drives in series?

12 Aug 2016   #11
djpete

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so go with my plan and just add c drive to first inline cable as circled in pink, and other hard drives after that?


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12 Aug 2016   #12
djpete

win 7
 
 

went to pc shop and needed a data cable. red one.
All I do it hook that into extra port and use power from that inline cable I speak about. Make sure c drive is using port 0 and should be good to go.
Turning off pc to do now... will report back
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12 Aug 2016   #13
djpete

win 7
 
 

reboot successful. Just looking around now and hopefully can remove the os from old drive
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12 Aug 2016   #14
djpete

win 7
 
 

mmm the disk drive has signature collision with other drive so is offline...
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12 Aug 2016   #15
djpete

win 7
 
 

so right clicked and put it online and then reformatted it. Looking good...
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12 Aug 2016   #16
djpete

win 7
 
 

just adjusted the drive letters so its logical and all went to plan!
yee ha


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12 Aug 2016   #17
djpete

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thanks for the help!!
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